队长 大使馆The last time we went there was nothing to pick but this time, the strawberries were nice and tasty. You just pay for the privilege that you pick or choose and yes, they are located INSIDE THE STRAWBERRY FARM.
队长 大使馆They are est since 9189 and an entrance fee of RM5 required, it is reasonable because the roses, although many species, but the area is not that big. However due to pandemic this place is temporarily closed.
千山任我行Cactus Valley is a commercial attraction in Boncang Town, Cameron Highlands. Along with the strawberry farm, the cacti or succulents here are good choices, the price is relatively cheap, there are many ornamental flowers and plants, it is worth a visit.
Cameron Highlands Driving: Suitable, Running: Not Recommended, Cycling: Suitable
Sungai Pauh is a nature camp site hidden in the rainforest near Taman Sedia, a small residential village in Tanah Rata. To get there, make a right turn into a small road immediately after the Smokehouse Hotel. Follow the signboards to the Forestry Department (Jabatan Hutan), which involves a right turn at a roundabout. Once there, enter the compound and find a parking space.
The camp site is a short distance away on foot through the mess of shacks and trees. Some of the facilities here include bbq pits, camp sites, gazebos and bathrooms (cold water). There is a parking fee of MYR5 (not usually enforced), while camping costs MYR3 per person.
Once you reach there , a lot of places are worth visiting i.e. Tea Plantation farms and factory offering not only tea but also a educative tour about processing of teas. Bought tea packets from the tea house. Honey farms; giving an insight into the forming of honey by the bees. bought virgin honey as well as honey soap from the farm
MARDI Agrotechnology Park is an interesting destination that must be visited. The location is in Tanah Rata. Besides functioning as a research center, it also provides various attractions such as various types of flower gardens, tea fields, strawberries and others to attract visitors. It also offers tourist activities such as jungle trekking, processing plant tours and research. The area is very wide, which is about 42 hectares which includes the research center building, information center, herb garden, orchid garden, rose garden and English garden.
MARDI Agrotechnology Park is located on the edge of Tanah Rata. The location is slightly inward, slightly surrounded by hilly areas. Visitors can refer to the GPS, Waze or Google Maps app to continue there.
MARDI Agrotechnology Park is quite special because here there are all the attractions that exist in Cameron Highlands. For those who want to bring their family, school students or travel agents, this destination is quite suitable as a choice of location to visit. Here are some of the existing tourist attractions.
The first place you will meet when you enter the MARDI Cameron Highlands Agrotechnology Park is the English Garden. This area has a very interesting landscape. There are various types of flower trees planted on the ground. In addition, a fish pond with a water fountain is built in the middle of the garden and a Windmill made of wood adds to the uniqueness of this park.
Here there are various types of flower gardens that are quite interesting. It is beautifully designed, decorated with flowers of various colors that are planted on the ground, hung in pots and propagated on the roof. Rest chairs are provided in the garden area for visitors to rest while enjoying the beautiful landscape view while breathing fresh air. It is sure to calm the mind of anyone who visits here.
A place that must come not only twice but more often as there are so many places with good view and Unforgettable Experiences #cameronhighlands
Well recommended place for those people who looking for a high tea in Cameron Highlands. The cozy place and the heritage feel of the building really is a good place for relaxing and enjoying life..
One of the most iconic attractions in Cameron Highlands- BOH TEA FARM. A cool fresh air with nice scenic is a definitely place for relaxing. Well recommended if you are looking for the short trip with family.
Cameron Highlands is Malaysia’s version of Philippine’s Baguio-Benguet province as it is in a high-altitude area where growing of fruits and vegetables is ideal. The trip is at least 3 hours long through an ascending zigzag highway. Do not schedule your tour on a weekend or holiday as the horendous vehicular traffic to the highlands will surely spoil the fun. As it was a holiday, we left KLCC at 5:00 in the morning just to beat the traffic but it still took us more than five hours to get there. You will pass by the waterfalls on your way up to the highlands. Good for photos but nothing to do there. The Boh Tea farm is nice because it is located on a high location. The strawberry farm is nothing special if you’ve seen strawberry plants before. The so-called aborigines village were just a group of houses by the side of the road and we did not get to see any blowpipe demo. We skipped the butterfly farm due to the traffic and volume of people. The driver of our van was not a smooth driver, often having sudden brakes.
Long winding road from KL and it was a long jouney, basically you paid for the long drive
Maybe next time will go to Cameron Highlands via Ipoh much better travel time.
Overall average but not so cold the weather
- Boh tea is a great place
- Butterfly garden on average
- Lunch was super late around pass 3pm
- Bee Farm very small area just see the bee hives
- local market no energy to explore as got exhausted for late lunch & long journey
- strawberry farm also very small area nothing special
- water falls also nothing special
BOH Plantations owns three tea gardens - the first garden in Habu, Fairlie Tea Garden and Sungai Palas Tea Garden. To ensure the freshness of its tea products, BOH Plantations also set up a packaging factory near its main garden. BOH tea products are distributed both in domestic and international markets.
There was a lot of information about the history BOH Tea in Cameron Highlands, we visited the tea factory which can be in and out in 5 minutes where it shows the working tea factory, you can have a cup of tea at the cafe overlooking the tea plantations or do some shopping at the tea shops. We had a good time there. The best time to visit probably early in the morning (especially during the weekend) as the road up to the tea centre gets busier after 10 am.
white chalet goat that are very friendly and cute for the visit. stunning view from the top of the hill. The night of view is nice